colorblind universalism

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Colorblind Universalism,  Libertarianism  Conservatism:  How they  relate to Martin Luther King  Jr. and African Americans  today By: Maryam  Oda,  Josephine  Mckee, 
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Was this Racial  equality?
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Defining terms Colorblind Universalism:  Refers to a united  society of races, in which racial differences are  transformed into a cohesive whole.  - No discrimination based on racial differences - Complete assimilation and submergence into a  culture - Minimization in negative prejudices and stereotypes  attributed to certain ethnic groups. § Concept found in MLK’s, “I have a dream” speech. -  “ I have a dream that my four little children will one  day live in a nation where they will not be judged by  the color of their skin but by the content of their  character… one day right there in Alabama, little 
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   Defining terms Stuart Hall § Presents perspective of the “other.” § Three ways of looking at racial differences - Biological - Textual - Discursive Alternate perspective on  reaching racial equality
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